Online shoppers who used websites for JD Sports, Size? or Black and Millets between November 2018 and October 2020 may have had their personal data hacked.

The firm today confirmed home addresses, phone numbers and emails were stolen as part of the major data breach, although card details and passwords are not believed to be at risk.

JD Sports warned customers to remain vigilant to the risk of fraudulent activity as its chief financial officer today apologised to those affected by the data breach.

Letter to Alister Jack, MP: UK government cares more for Ukraine regime than the health and welfare of our own people redress Sun, 01/29/2023 - 10:20

Stuart Littlewood asks his member of Parliament to explain why the UK government has pumped or pledged billions of pounds for Ukrainian President Zelensky while millions of British people are destitute and their health service is collapsing.>>

London Is Recruiting Functionally Illiterate Nonwhites to be Bobbies MikeRivero Sun, 01/29/2023 - 08:29

Applicants to the police who can barely write in English are being accepted by the Met in an attempt to improve diversity, one of His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary has warned.

HMI Matt Parr said that while it was entirely “noble and right” that Scotland Yard was aiming to be more representative of the community it policed, it should not be at the expense of standards.

In 2021, Dame Cressida Dick, the then Met Commissioner, declared it was the force’s aspiration to recruit 40 per cent of its officers from the black and ethnic minority communities by 2023.

Army spied on lockdown critics: Sceptics, including our own Peter Hitchens, long suspected they were under surveillance. Now we've obtained official records that prove they were right all along malterwitty Sun, 01/29/2023 - 07:47

A shadowy Army unit secretly spied on British citizens who criticised the Government's Covid lockdown policies, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Military operatives in the UK's 'information warfare' brigade were part of a sinister operation that targeted politicians and high-profile journalists who raised doubts about the official pandemic response.

NATO simulates cyberattacks on Kaliningrad, Moscow facilities Russian Foreign Ministry MikeRivero Sat, 01/28/2023 - 06:41

Cyberattacks on state institutions in the Kaliningrad region and Moscow's energy infrastructure are simulated during NATO exercises that the UK conducts on a regular basis, Deputy Foreign Minister Oleg Syromolotov said in an interview with TASS.

Some Brits at least have never been afraid to strike – and the wave of industrial action hitting various sectors over the crushing cost of living has found its way over to Amazon for the first time in the UK.

The strike among workers at a Coventry warehouse today stems from a 50p-an-hour pay rise (5 percent) to £10.50 ($12.92) back in summer, which has widely been described as "insulting" and "derisory" after staff continued to work through a pandemic that contributed significantly to Amazon's coffers.

The Royal Air Force has grounded its entire fleet of fast jet training aircraft because of an issue with an engine, according to reports. It is not known when flying training on the Hawk T2 jets at an air base in North Wales will resume. The pause will serve another delay for the training scheme that aims to deliver fast jet fighter pilots. The programme has already suffered from a number of serious issues and delays.